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Jay Sekulow: ‘We’ve failed elections in Georgia, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania’ Sidney Powell: ‘President Trump won by millions of votes’ nationwide

Jay Sekulow: ‘We’ve failed elections in Georgia, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania’ Sidney Powell: ‘President Trump won by millions of votes’ nationwide

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—”We have failed elections” in Georgia (16 electoral votes), Nevada (9 electoral votes), Michigan (16 electoral votes) and Pennsylvania (20 electoral votes), said American Center for Law and Justice chief counsel Jay Sekulow. “We have filed election fraud court cases in each of these states which must be decided before Dec. […]

POLITICS | Jay Sekulow: Adam Schiff “knew he was losing and kind of lost it”

POLITICS | Jay Sekulow:  Adam Schiff “knew he was losing and kind of lost it”

By Michael Hernandez  WASHINGTON, D.C.—Adam Schiff “knew he was losing and kind of lost it,” said President Donald J. Trump Legal Counsel Jay Sekulow on-air Friday to Citizens Journal co-founder Michael Hernandez. House Manager Adam Schiff in his closing comments Monday during the U.S. Senate impeachment proceedings stated:  “Trump could offer Alaska to the Russians […]

Legal Analysis:  ‘Was it a Campaign Vote or a Real Vote? Time for the Senate to act on Obamacare’

Legal Analysis:  ‘Was it a Campaign Vote or a Real Vote? Time for the Senate to act on Obamacare’

 . By Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel American Center for Law and Justice (Editor’s Note:  Those who wish to sign a petition after reading this legal analysis can do so by going to the ACLJ link at the end of this article.  Please also see the link to the Citizens Journal column by co-founder Michael Hernandez […]

ACLJ uncovers soft coup by Obama administration against President Trump

ACLJ uncovers soft coup by Obama administration against President Trump

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.–The American Center for Law and Justice has uncovered a change of rules and procedures in intelligence gathering by the National Security Agency (NSA) made by the Obama Administration some 17 days before leaving the White House. The change of rules allows the government’s 16 other intelligence agencies to receive the […]

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Friday in a 3-0 unanimous decision reversed a 2014 lower district court ruling that previously dismissed a lawsuit filed in 2013 against the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups. The appeals court found that the IRS had committed some “unconstitutional […]

Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage:  A Call to Christians to engage culture

Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage:  A Call to Christians to engage culture

Today’s Supreme Court ruling that same-sex couples have a right to marry nationwide, invalidates gay marriage bans in more than a dozen states and upholds that the 14th Amendment requires states to issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples is a historic decision that is also a call to Christians “to engage the culture” in their […]

Labor Union: Obama Immigration Action, Si: Government Shutdown, No

Labor Union: Obama Immigration Action, Si: Government Shutdown, No

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